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Watch: SBG’s Peter Queally Tells FOX Sports Of His Four Second Knockout Win In 2011

Before he sets sail for Dublin’s 3 Arena this Saturday, SBG Ireland’s Peter Queally spoke to FOX’s At The Buzzer about his most devastating win to date.

September 10 sees the 30-year-old compete at BAMMA 26 against Northern Ireland’s Joe McColgan, but it was his win over Sean Davit in 2011 that Queally discussed recently with FOX.

When asked how to knock someone out in four seconds, the Waterford man had this response:

“You kick him into the f**king head!

“I went out out and touched gloves. I looked at his leg, and threw a high kick. He thought I was throwing a low kick, which he tried to catch, and it was a shin to the neck.”

‘The Showstopper’ has been a permanent fixture in the camp of UFC featherweight champion Conor McGregor, with the two fighting out of Straight Blast Gym Ireland, but the welterweight’s creating a buzz in his own right.

Having turned professional in 2012, Queally has compiled an 8-2 record, and was strongly considered to replace Sean Strickland to face Tim Means on the mammoth UFC 202 pay-per-view last month. Sabah Homasi got the call-up, however, due to visa issues for the Irishman.

Fellow SBG teammates such as Richie Smullen, Sinead Kavanagh and Charlie Ward will also be in action on a packed BAMMA 26 card.

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Author: Chris Kelleher

Student whose interests lie in sports ranging from Darts to MMA, with the likes of Golf, Boxing and Soccer in between. Closet wrestling fan and a lover of sports psychology and stiff jabs.